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20 Resources for Beginner Designers & Developers

Getting started in the world of design can be both thrilling and intimidating. Sometimes, you feel like you just don’t have the tools or skills you …

The A-Z of Portfolio Design

Every <b>good web designer has a portfolio</b>, but not all portfolios are born equal. Some of us like to use single page designs, showcasing everything …

A New Polemic: Libraries, MOOCs, and the Pedagogical Landscape

“I MOOC” photo by Flickr user IlonkaTallina (CC-BY-NC-SA 2.0)<p><b>In Brief:</b> The Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) has emerged in the past few years as the …

12 Hand Written Fonts for Designers

There’s something incredibly sweet and almost romantic about using a handwritten font for design projects. Hand written fonts add an extra ounce of …

40 Useful jQuery Tutorials for Web Developers

The open source <b>jQuery library</b> has been gaining attention for years. It is still updated frequently with newer methods and parameters for …

20 Free UI Kits & Icons For Your Flat Web Designs

Love it or hate it the trendy flat style of web design is here to stay. If you’re looking to implement the flat style into your own designs, here’s a …

30 Beautiful Google Fonts for Your Website

Finding attractive, user-friendly, legible fonts for your website isn’t always easy, but <b>Google Fonts</b>, launched in 2010, helps solve that problem. …

Create a Simple jQuery Image Lightbox Gallery

Getting Started<p>The first step is to download a copy of the main source code from the plugin homepage. You can also find these files within my demo …

A Journey Through Beautiful Typography In Web Design

Exquisite Uses Of Type<p>Matt Luckhurst This page is colorful and fun. You are greeted with lovely serif letters — and after a bit, you realize that the …

“Designers shouldn’t code” is the wrong answer to the right question

<i>My friend Wayne Greenwood asked me what I thought of his recent blog post in which he argues that designers shouldn’t write code. He wrote, “Your</i> …

Spacing The Bottom of Modules | CSS-Tricks

By Chris Coyier On August 5, 2013<p>Ah the humble module! A good many designs these days make use of modules in the content-y and app-y sites alike. A …

Facing The Challenge: Building A Responsive Web Application

From the lessons we’ve learned so far, we mustn’t assume too much. For instance, a small screen is not necessarily a touch device. A mobile device …

My (Simple) Workflow To Design And Develop A Portfolio Website

<i>A look behind the scenes of my design and development workflow</i><p>After receiving a bunch of emails asking me about the design decisions I made during …

Creative And Innovative Navigation Designs

Toybox Navigation should always be there when needed, and graciously disappear when the user wants to focus on a particular task. For example, in …

Sass Style Guide | CSS-Tricks

By Chris Coyier On May 29, 2013<p>With more people than ever writing in Sass, it bears some consideration how we format it. CSS style guides are common, …

Style Guides

A Couple of Best Practices for Tablet-Friendly Design | CSS-Tricks

By Ben Terrill On June 17, 2013 mobile<p><i>The following is a guest post by Ben Terrill. Ben is co-author of the e-book Tablet Web Design Best Practices</i> …

Web Design

Swapping Out Text, Five Different Ways | CSS-Tricks

By Chris Coyier On July 2, 2013 accessibility, JavaScript, jQuery<p>It's a common need in web apps: you click something and the text of the thing you …

Sidr

You will be able to create multiple <i>sidrs</i> on both sides of your web to make responsives menus (or not, it works perfectly on desktop too). It uses …